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  • Oculus Rift review

    Plus

    • Snug fit
    • Best VR games
    • Growing list of movies and apps

    Minus

    • Doesn't come with Touch
    • Room-scale needs extra sensors
    • Expensive
    • Can cause nausea

    Conclusion
    If it didn't have any competition, the Oculus Rift would be an easy recommendation. Virtual reality is a magical experience, and something that I think everyone who loves technology needs to try at some point.I see huge potential for Oculus down the road – just imagine how cool it will be to see places like the Louvre or the Pyramids at Giza in real time in first-person. As it stands, though, virtual reality is a nascent medium and therefore suffers from many of the same problems others faced when they were starting out.The first films weren't Gladiator or The Shawshank Redemption. Art didn't begin with DaVinci or Tiziano. The first songs ever crafted weren't Johann Sebastian Bach sonatas. Similarly, I think Lucky's Tale isn't the end-all, be-all of virtual reality.One day Oculus (or one of its competitors) will be a must-own piece of technology – it could very easily be the next personal computer. But as it stands right now, it feels more like a novelty than a tried-and-true necessity. The games are immersive, but not likely to hold you for hours on end. The entertainment is quirky and fun, but also ephemeral.If you can live with that, the Oculus Rift will make for a fun experiment, one that will only improve over time. But, if you have reservations about committing the monetary resources for the headset and (what I'd consider) the requisite $199 (£189 or around AU$265) Touch Controllers, it's probably best to hold off on virtual reality for just a few more months until the novelty wears off.

    3 år sedan
  • Oculus Rift review: The VR revolution begins here

    Plus

    • Amazing portal into all-new worlds
    • Light and comfortable
    • Easy to set-up with just one sensor
    • Comes with an Xbox One controller
    • Screen resolution and refresh rate is high
    • Headphones built-in

    Minus

    • Prone to screen burn if left near sunlight
    • Requires a beefy PC
    • Some games can make you feel nauseous

    Conclusion The Oculus Rift is the reason why Facebook bought the VR hardware company and it's easy to see why. But these are still early days for the technology - and while 2016 looked poised to be the year of VR, there's a whole lot more yet to come.The HTC Vive is already available and PlayStation VR could be a massive success when it launches in October, thanks to its huge target audience of PS4 owners. But even those utilise first-generation technologies so have their foibles.As it stands, the Rift is a comfortable, pleasant VR headset that is well supported in software terms and offers great potential. It is pricey – pricier still if you don't already own a PC capable of running it – but you are buying into something fresh and new.Geeks like us will adore it, but we'd advise a little caution if you're not. Just look down at the shirt you're wearing: if it has Sonic the Hedgehog or a 1980s NES controller emblazoned across it, you'll go mad for a Rift; if not then maybe you should try a demo in a store near you before making a final decision.

  • Oculus Rift VR headset review: The magical, yet unfinished birth of virtual reality

    Plus

    • Better (sturdier) design than predecessors
    • Meets all of Oculus's initial goals for seated VR
    • Oculus brings plenty of software to launch, with more on the way

    Minus

    • Clearly not designed with room-scale VR in mind
    • Oculus Store needs work
    • Xbox controller is a stopgap solution at best

    ConclusionAfter years of dev kits and prototypes and behind-closed-door demos, the Oculus Rift is finally ready for consumers. Welcome to VR.

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    The Oculus Rift Review

    Conclusion
    The Oculus Rift, the first high-end, consumer VR head-mounted display is now available, and it's poised to usher in a future of immersive experiences.

    4 år sedan